Checkout the Chelsea mid-fielder whose contract is expiring this summer

N’Golo Kante, a midfielder for France who currently plays for Chelsea, is almost ready to leave the club this summer to join Saudi Arabian team Al Itihad.

Kante’s contract with the Blues expires this summer, and it was previously reported that he was exploring an extension. However, given the current state of affairs, the Frenchman may play in Saudi Arabia next season.

Kante will join Karim Benzema, who recently left Real Madrid, at Saudi Arabian club Al Itiihad, according to a report by journalist Ben Jacobs.

Kante to Saudi Arabia is a done deal, Jacobs revealed in a direct interview with GIVEMESPORT. He will join Al Ittihad alongside Karim Benzema, as I stated earlier this week.

If all expenses are taken into account, such as base pay, marketing possibilities, bonuses, image rights, and other incentives, he could possibly earn approximately €100 million (£86 million), which is astounding.

If the Blues reduce Kai Havertz’s transfer fee, Arsenal may be interested in signing him this summer.

Havertz, who signed with Chelsea in 2020 for £75 million, has been named as one of the players who could be offloaded this summer as the Blues want to trim down their overstuffed roster and generate a sizable chunk of money to make some new acquisitions.

On the other hand, Arsenal, which placed second in the Premier League last season and will compete in the UCL next, is eager to add some new players to their roster this summer.

The Gunners have identified Havertz as a potential signing as a result.

In addition to Arsenal, the 23-year-old German has been linked with a transfer to Real Madrid in Spain, who view him as a successor for Karim Benzema, who recently joined Saudi Arabian club Al-Ittihad.

Arsenal, though, is also closely observing the issue, according to a story in the Daily Telegraph.

According to the source, the Blues are willing to let Havertz leave but are set on recovering money that is comparabl

e to what they paid Bayer Leverkusen three years ago.

 

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